Season 9 of Black Ink Crew: New York premiered on April 19 and saw a lot of drama unfold. Amid this, Walt (Walter Miller) spoke about betraying Ceaser Emanuel. Here’s a look at Walt’s net worth.
The first episode has already gotten several people excited. The first episode shed light on Ceaser and Walt’s beef while shedding more light on what went wrong. The situation also got a lot of people talking on social media. This article will also look into where Walt and Ceaser stand now.
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What is Walt’s net worth?
Walt reportedly has a net worth of $50,000. He gets paid $7,000 per episode. Throughout the show, viewers have seen Walt trying to get comfortable with the crew while focusing on his own work.
Apart from this, Walt continues to photograph talent in New York City. In his Instagram bio, he describes himself as a “comedian.” He has done various shows and even spoke about his upcoming event in an Instagram post.
The reality star spoke about being a part of the Miami Comedy Invasion, which is set to take place on May 5.
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Walt and Ceaser Emanuel’s relationship explored
*This article contains spoilers for this season.
The latest episode had some shocking moments, and one of them was Walt confessing that he stole money from the cash register. In an interview with Distractify, Ceaser shed light on where his relationship with Walt stands.
Ceaser revealed he and Walt are no longer friends. He said: “It’s not like some of the other cast members that came on after we was already on TV and already poppin.”
He continued: “Me, Walt, Ted, and Puma have been with each other since day one. If you was to ask me for anything, especially Walt, I’m going to give it to you. And I’m not going to ask back for it. That was our relationship. Like Walt, you messed up here, don’t worry about it. Because as a team, we have to make sure all of us is strong or the weak link is going to f–k the whole thing up.”
He further added: ““I never thought Walt would do that to me. I’m not going to lie, it broke my heart. It cut deep because it’s not no TV s–t. This is my real-life friend. Because the money he took, I would have given it to him in the blink of an eye. Like when he was homeless, it was me and Ted that helped get him on his feet. And that’s real life. When it came to his wedding, it was me that made sure he had a great ass wedding. Because everybody know Walt has a struggle in his life.”
Black Ink Crew airs on Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on VH1.